Harry H. Hart's Favorite Recipes of Williams College with Training Table Records, Notes and Menus
Harry H. Hart's Favorite Recipes of Williams College with Training Table Records, Notes and Menus
Harry H. Hart's Favorite Recipes of Williams College with Training Table Records, Notes and Menus

Harry H. Hart's Favorite Recipes of Williams College with Training Table Records, Notes and Menus

Williamstown, MA: Harry H. Hart, Sr. 1951.

First edition. Bound in publisher's purple cloth lettered in gold, echoing the colors of Williams College; with Hart's portrait at the front, with "Harry's Song" printed below. Near Fine with light sunning and light wear to cloth.

Harry H. Hart was an African-American chef and well-known fixture at Williams College, who cooked at the school for over 48 years and served as the chef for the college's football training table. His passion was creating delicious, balanced meals with reference to athlete's needs. This book contains recipes and menus Hart served to Williams athletes, recipes for New England breads and sauces, training menus, and favorite sandwiches of fraternities and clubhouses, as well as tables of football scores and team photographs. A local hero as well, Hart's civic-mindedness was not restricted to the kitchen--he received a Carnegie medal for saving a gas employee from electrocution, and was honored by the local Rotary club for saving a young girl from drowning. A lovely copy of this scarce item. Item #140938044

Price: $550.00

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